Quick Answer: What five countries have one goal medal in the Olympics since badminton was introduced in 1992?

What countries have won the gold medals since its introduction in 1992 badminton?

After being a demonstration sport at the 1972 Games in Munich, singles and doubles badminton was introduced in Barcelona in 1992. Mixed doubles came four years later in Atlanta. China, Denmark, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, and Russia have won medals in the sport so far.

Was there a 1992 Olympics?

Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games, athletic festival held in Barcelona that took place July 25–August 9, 1992. The Barcelona Games were the 22nd occurrence of the modern Olympic Games. The 1992 Games were perhaps the most-successful modern Olympics. More than 9,300 athletes representing 169 countries participated.

Why was there a 1992 and 1994 Winter Olympics?

The Winter and Summer Olympic Games were held in the same years until 1992, after a 1986 decision by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to place the Summer and Winter Games on separate four-year cycles in alternating even-numbered years. Because of the change, the next Winter Olympics after 1992 were in 1994.

Which country won the 1992 Olympics?

Medal table

Rank Nation Gold
1 Unified Team (EUN) 45
2 United States (USA) 37
3 Germany (GER) 33
4 China (CHN) 16

Who won the 1992 Barcelona Olympics?

In football, Spain won 3-2 over Poland in the final at Camp Nou.

1992 Summer Olympics.

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Host city Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Athletes 9,356 (6,652 men, 2,704 women)
Events 257 in 25 sports (34 disciplines)
Opening 25 July
Closing 9 August

Who is the No 1 female badminton player?

BWF World Rankings

RANK COUNTRY / TERRITORY PLAYER
1 TPE TAI Tzu Ying
2 CHN CHEN Yu Fei
3 ESP Carolina MARIN
4 JPN Nozomi OKUHARA

Who is No 1 badminton player in the world?

Men’s singles

BWF World Rankings (Men’s singles) as of 3 August 2021
# Country Players
1 Japan Kento Momota
2 Denmark Viktor Axelsen
3 Denmark Anders Antonsen
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